By Chloe-lee Longhetti For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 21:16 GMT, 11 January 2021 | Updated: 21:30 GMT, 11 January 2021
Kerri-Anne Kennerley has reunited with the cast of the stage musical Pippin after suffering a horrific fall during a performance last month.
The media veteran, 67, was left with a broken ankle and collarbone after falling from a trapeze on stage on December 30, and later pulled out of the show.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Kerri-Anne visited the cast and crew on Monday with her arm in a sling, and shared pictures of the reunion on Instagram.
Paying a visit: Kerri-Anne Kennerley (centre) reunited with the cast of the stage musical Pippin on Monday after suffering a horrific fall during a performance of the show last month
'It was so nice to see my @pippinaustralia family,' Kerri-Anne wrote in the caption.
'They have been so supportive and I miss performing with them and being a part of the show.'
She then thanked fans for their support, writing: 'Thank you for everyone's well wishes. I am truly blessed to have the best fans and friends in the world.'
Support: She then thanked fans for the well wishes in her recovery and wrote: 'Thank you for everyone's well wishes I am truly blessed to have the best fans and friends in the world'
Last month, Kerri-Anne broke her ankle and collarbone after suffering a horrific fall from a trapeze during a performance of Pippin at Sydney's Lyric Theatre.
She was rushed to St Vincent's Hospital 'as a precaution' and bowed out of the musical.